Arizona Wildcats versus Texas San Antonio Roadrunners College Football Betting Preview

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We move into week two of the college football season with a stand along game scheduled for Thursday September 4th as the Arizona Wildcats will be traveling to battle the Texas San Antonio Roadrunners. The Wildcats and Roadrunners will get things started from San Antonio at 8PM Eastern Time and FOX Sports 1 has the coast to coast broadcast.

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The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business have the road side Arizona Wildcats the -7 point wagering favorite.

This is a rematch of their 2013 meeting and it was Arizona with the 38-13 victory at home to Texas San Antonio as a -25 ½ point favorite. The game total finished at under 62 ½ points. The Wildcats had success on the ground in the win as the club generated 264 yards on their 48 rushes for 5 ½ yards per rush. Texas San Antonio did find success with their passing game as senior quarterback Eric Soza was able to complete 30 of 46 passes for 277 yards. He had no touchdown passes and threw one pick in the game. Despite these good passing numbers the Roadrunners got into the end zone once and it came with 9 ½ minutes left in the game after the team fell behind 38-6. There has been heavy turnover for the Wildcats as their starting quarterback and running back have exited the program. Arizona had a stud running back in Ka’Deem Carey who is now in the NFL. The Wildcats broke in a freshman quarterback last week in a home blowout win against UNLV 58-14. Anu Solomon won the heated quarterback competition and he completed 58.6% of his throws for 425 yards and four touchdown passes. Solomon did not throw a pick in the game. But this freshman will make his first road start. Texas San Antonio went into Houston in week one and came away with a 27-7 victory as a +7 ½ point underdog. The Roadrunners have 10 starters back on both to their offense and defense. With Soza exiting the program it was senior Tucker Carter under center for Texas San Antonio last week. He completed 15 of 24 throws for 121 yards with no touchdown or picks. The UTSA defense clamped the high octane Houston offense by allowing just 213 yards for the game.

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